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Eighth Graders Meet Chief Justice Rice

On December 2, 2015, the eighth grade class at Denver Jewish Day School was fortunate to visit the Ralph L. Carr Colorado Judicial Center in downtown Denver. In their social studies class this year, the eighth graders have been learning about the three branches of US government, and this field trip corresponded to that unit, […]


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DJDS Students Fulfill 613th Commandment

It isn’t every day that one gets to see a Torah created, little yet help fulfill the 613th commandment of writing a new Torah. On December 9, all Denver JDS K-12 students – except the 10th graders who were studying in Israel for 5 weeks and the juniors, on a week-long trip to Washington DC […]


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21st Century Learning Calls for 21st Century Skills

Our world and its technology are changing at unprecedented rates. In fact, there is a good chance that many of the K-12 students currently enrolled at Denver JDS will enter the workforce in jobs that have not even been conceived of today. So how does the school prepare these learners for a world that is […]


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Denver JDS Sets Record on Colorado Gives Day

Colorado Gives Day (this year, December 9, 2014) set records for philanthropy all across our state, as well as at Denver Jewish Day School. In this single day of giving, Denver JDS raised an overall total of $9,682- a 30% increase from last year’s total. The dollars raised will go directly to the classroom to […]


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DJDS 6th Grader Publishes Novel

Jonas Rosenthal, a current 6th grader at Denver JDS, recently completed and published his first novel, A Scarlet Snow through Lulu.com. “A Scarlet Snow … is a truly rousing adventure that, at its’ heart, pays tribute to the surprisingly strong bonds of friendship that can be forged at a moment’s notice,” reports Jessica Demshar, a […]


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